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Not Another PowerPoint!

Not Another PowerPoint! How to Become an Effective Presenter Using Universal Design

This PowerPoint presentation enables you to use principles of Universal Instructional Design (UID) to reach potential students/audience members with a broad range in ability, age, reading level, learning style, native language, race, ethnicity, and other characteristics.

Available as a PowerPoint file or PDF.


Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts

Building Pedagogical Curb Cuts: Incorporating Disability in the University Classroom and Curriculum

Students in Syracuse University's Disability Studies Program published this monograph. The editors and major contributors are leaders of the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee. The book, which reflects the mission of the group, is remarkable because it was conceived and created entirely by students. The book recognizes that compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other anti-discrimination laws is important, but that often those measures do not go far enough to ensure that universities acknowledge and value the contributions of all students, including students with disabilities.


Relevant Links


Accessible Syracuse

Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee

Burton Blatt Institute

Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability Studies

Chancellor's Task Force on Disability Report (PDF)

'Cuse ASL

Disability Law and Policy Program

Disability Law Society

Disability Rights Clinic

Disability Student Union

Disability Studies @ Syracuse University

Institute on Communication and Inclusion

LGBT Resource Center

Mid-State Early Childhood Direction Center

National Symposium on Neurodiversity at Syracuse University

Office of Disability Services

Office of Multicultural Affairs


Slutzker Center for International Services

SUPAC (Syracuse University Parent Advocacy Center)

Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education